North Korea directs war-like rhetoric at South
North Korean media have been using war-like rhetoric to warn the South in the latest spike in tensions that followed a cross-border exchange of fire.
State media say the South's "vicious political and military provocation" risks exploding the situation into a crisis.
The state news agency KCNA and state radio have been calling the South a "puppet force", "war maniacs" and a "hooligan army".
BBC Monitoring looks at the aggressive language used by both sides in the latest crisis.
Produced by Alexi Peristianis and Andy Von Glehn
21 Aug 2015
- From the section Asia